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(james) we're following breaking news this morning... a car crashes through two fences and lands in a swimming pool in santa clara. we're live happened. (will) a suspected child molestor is behind bars this morning... see the close ties he had to an east bay school community. (james) and a school shooting turns deadly in southern california. this morning what we're learning killer. ( james ) good morning i'm james fletcher(will) and i'm will tran. lets start
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the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): light rain will develop over the north bay this morning and spread south during the day. after a brief break early wednesday light to moderate
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rain will spread over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before dry weather returns friday and
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saturday. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze. ( james ) ( james ) breaking overnight... a car slams through a double fence and the driver lands right into the deep end of a swimming pool. these pictures were sent to us by the santa clara fire department right after it happened. (will) kron 4's yoli aceves is in santa clara with more. yoli? (yoli)2:48am am, tuesday,
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santa clara pd responded to reports of a traffic collision at the intersection of warburton ave and calabazas blvd. initial responding units arrived to find a male, soaking wet, on the property of a residence, with the fence, and the outer rod iron fence punched through. upon investigation, officers located a car, fully submerged in the pool, in the backyard of the residence. santa clara
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fd was requested to determine how to remove the car, and render it safe. a tow truck was requested, but it is unable to remove the car, without damaging the pool. they will need to bring a crane in to remove the car. the homeowners are out of town and pd is trying to reach them currently. the driver was not arrested, and it appears he may have fallen asleep at the wheel. pd says the driver may eventually be issued a traffic ticket for unsafe driving.
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( will ) thanks yoli. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) a west contra costa county school district employee is accused of molesting children. ruben gonzalez worked as a yard supervisor then became a night janitor. police say his victims were all children who lived in his pinole home and were members of his family. investigators say the abuse has been going on for more than a decade. the 60-year-old was arrested thursday when several officers went inside his house that he shared with his wife, children and another family. gonzalez neighbors are stunned to hear of these accusations.
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decent guy. and a hard working guy.>( james ) gonzales is being held on 46 million dollar bail. west contra costa county school district fired gonzales the day after his arrest. (will) police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing fremont teenager. 15-year-old kailen glasper has been missing for nearly a week. she was last seen on mowry avenue near argonaut way in fremont. glasper is an african-american female, five- feet-eight-inches tall and weighing 280 pounds. authorities say she may be wearing a white sweater, blue jeans and white shoes. glasper is considered "at risk." (will) we are learning more about the deadly officer involved shooting in fremont. we first broke this story yesterday on the kron four morning news. the shooting happened just before midnight sunday in an alley behind a walgreens store on decoto road. officers say the man was armed and fled a traffic stop. police say they chased the man to the walgreens and
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demanded that he come out of the alley. they say the man then fired shots at officers before he was shot to death. the man's name has not yet been released. ( james ) the man accused of shooting a mother in front of her two children makes his first court appearance in richmond. this is video of 43-year-old lawyer mcbride arriving at the contra costa county superior court house yesterday. he is accused of shooting and killing his ex- girlfriend 29-year-old rashanda franklin last week while she was driving her two sons to school. the shooting was captured on surveillance video. rashanda's father says his two grandsons are having a hard time coping with their mother's death.
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a plea at yesterday's hearing. the judge ordered his arraignment be held over one week. ( james ) it appears a domestic dispute is what led to a deadly shooting at an elementary school in southern california. police say a man killed his wife and a student in a san bernardino classroom before killing himself.(will) another student was also injured -- but is recovering in the hospital. paul vercammen explains. --reporter pkg-as follows-- paul vercammen: no transcription availabledale marsden/ superintendent, san bernardino unified school district: "i would like our community and our nation to keep our families in prayer. this is an absolutely tragic events. our hearts are broken."two adults and a student are dead after a shooting at a southern california elementary school late monday morning.the shooter, cedric anderson, targeted his wife, karen elaine smith, in her classroom
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at north park elementary school where she taught special needs children.jarrod berguan / san bernardino police chief: "cedric entered the classroom and from what we understand, without saying anything, armed with a large- caliber revolver, opened fire on his wife."anderson would then turn the gun on himself. two students who were standing behind their teacher were also shot. eight-year-old jonathan martinez was airlifted to a hospital where he later died. the other child is listed in stable condition.the students were bussed to a local high school as parents waited eagerly to be reunited with thembrad hendran/ parent: "i fell to my knees and started saying our father's and hail mary's." (will) satistics show one out
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of every 3 women in the world suffer from domestic abuse. and bay area experts we talked to say an abuser will usually make a threat before actually carrying it out. and children suffer the most in a domestic violence situation. kate kain from the center for domestic peace says children who have witnessed such violence will have short and long term effects including chronic health problems and learning disabilities. ( james ) this morning we are learning new details on a dismembered body that was found in san bruno. police have now identified the victim as 77-year-old benjamin roybal. his body was found at his friend and neighbor's home on april 6th. 50-year-old david
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stubblefied faced a judge for the first time yesterday in connection with the murder. investigators say the murder happened a month ago after the two friends got into a fight over a space heater. they say stubblefield tear-gassed roybal, shot him in the chest, and later tried to dismember his body. ( james ) neighbors say they recently saw stubblefield at roybals home going through his belongings. stubblefied will be back in court later this month. (will) breaking news... a swedish lawyer says the driver of the truck in the deadly attack in stockholm is admitting he did it. the lawer for 39-year-old rakhmat akilov says he acknoweldges the terrorist charge and agrees to be arrested. police say the man drove a truck into a crowd outside of a department store friday. four people were killed and 15 others were injured in the attack. (james) police in east palo alto are investigating
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whether more people are a victim of sexual abuse by a man posing as a massage therapist. jose garcia plascencia has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting his clients. he ran a massage parlor out of his home. three women reported to police that plascencia had sexually assaulted them. this isn't the first time a fake massage therapist has been arrested for this type of crime. police say another fake therapist was arrested for similar crimes a few years ago. police also found plasencia did not have a business license or permit to operate from his garage. (will) still ahead... a police officer takes down a student and now some people are questioning if it was excessive force. we''ll show you what happened. and a warning for parents... the maker of a certain baby formula is being sued because parents are finding bugs in the containers. we'll tell you which formula to be on the look out for. (anny) a look at your weather, next.
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( james ) in the weather center with james tracking the forecast... (anny) (anny hong): light rain will develop over the north bay this morning and spread south during the day. after a brief break early wednesday light to moderate rain will spread
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over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before dry weather returns friday and saturday.
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no major hot spots. expect no major hot spots. expect
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heavy traffic on the san mateo bridge leaving hayward. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze.
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( james ) repairs are underway to five new homes that were vandalized in san jose. damage to kitchen cabinets, doors, windows and flooring is estimated around 50-thousand dollars. neighbors say two car loads of young people threw rocks at windows, knocked down signs and then kicked in the doors on rosemar court. a realtor expects most of the damage will be repaired by next weekend. ( james ) the contractor says that going forward there will be security on site around the clock. (will) happening now.
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police are looking for the person who sexually assaulted a woman at a fraternity party in berkeley. this happened off campus on saturday night. police did not say which fraternity house was involved and have not released any further information. police are saying the woman is a u-c berkeley student. ( james ) video of an arrest in fort collins, colorado is going viral this morning. it shows a 22-year old college student being thrown to the ground by an officer, before being arrested on assault charges. colorado state university student michaella surat was thrown to the ground following a fight with an officer outside a nightclub. police say she tried to hit an officer after that officer tried to separate her boyfriend from a fight. police say the technique used to take the woman down was standard arrest protocol. she was taken to jail and is facing charges of third degree assault and obstructing a peace officer. (james) the california
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highway patrol is investigating a deadly accident after a bus driver was hit and killed by a patrol car near truckee. he was hit while helping other drivers. it happened on eastbound interstate 80 when a car overturned. the bus driver got out of the bus to help. he was putting reflective triangles on the road when he was hit. the c-h-p says one of their officers was backing up his car when he hit the bus driver. the bus driver did not survive his injuries. (will) a warning for parents this morning... a major baby formula maker is facing a lawsuit after bugs were found in multiple cans of the prodcut. mead johnson makes enfamil baby formula. and a woman from brooklyn just filed a lawsuit against the company after she says her baby almost died of an infection caused by the formula. she says within six weeks, she found bugs in four different cans of
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enfamil. one of those times her 10-month-old baby was hospitalized with a bacterial infection caused by germs that live in dry foods. the complaint includes images from several customers who also say they have found bugs in their baby formula. (will) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a tweet about chicken nuggets is on its way to making history. we'll explain how a teen's request could break a huge record. and after the break... if you find yourself having a bad night's sleep... sleep experts show us how to beat the fatigue.
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áááábreakáááá (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze. (james) if you don't get a good night's sleep... there are certain things you can do to help you through the day. this morning sleep experts are revealing tips on how to beat fatigue... and that includes not drinking coffee. (will) take a look. first,
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wake up as soon as possible. doctors say getting out of bed a-s-a-p is the key to making it through the day with as much energy as possible. next is to get some fresh air and eat a big breakfast. you also want to be productive first thing in the morning to get your hardest tasks out of the way. ( james ) next is probably the hardest... don't drink too much caffeine. doctors say too much coffee will give you a boost at first, but you will crash later on. and lastly... do some gentle exercise to keep yourself alert. (james) a nevada teen is on his way to breaking an internet
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record... all because he wanted some chicken nuggets. carter wilkerson lives in reno. he was running low on chicken nuggets... so he tweeted wendy's and asked how many retweets he needed to win a year's supply of chicken nuggets. they responded and said 18-million. (will) that is well above the retweet record held by ellen degeneres... whose oscar selfie received three-point- three million retweets. in five days, wilkerson is already at two-point-five million. (anny) tracking your morning forecast. details coming up. (james) and dramatic video shows a passenger bloodied and dragged off a plane. hear from the passangers who saw
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the whole thing happen.
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spread over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before dry weather returns friday and saturday. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze. no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze. (will) a man's refusal to give up his seat on an overbooked united airlines flight led to a disturbing scene of the man being dragged off the plane with blood streaming down his face.
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( james ) now some of the other passengers are speaking out. andy rose has the story. nats of screamingthree chicago airport police security officers dragged a man from his seat -- after the airline chose him to give it up -- and he refused to budge.one passenger says the man somehow reboarded -- and was taken off again, this time on a stretcher.jayse anspach/ united airlines passenger"he hit his face when they initially dragged him off, as you guys saw - and it was 10 minutes later, he just comes running back in, and runs to the back, his face is bloody, and just clings onto the post in the back and just saying 'i gotta go home, i need to go home, i need to go home,' and it wasn't until 30-45 seconds later until authorities followed him."another passenger says officers did not need to use force.on the phone/ john klaassen/ passenger "i don't know why they did that, i'm still in bewilderment."passenger doyle davis blames the airline, saying it put the officers in a difficult spot.on the phone/ doyle davis/ passenger"i don't
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believe any american citizen should be treated this way. but i think the important piece here is the narrative should not be that the police were in the wrong."and passenger tyler bridges says the man shares the blame.tyler bridges/ passenger"it's pretty shocking it go to the level that it got to, in part that's the man's fault, when the police came on he shouldn't have resisted, he should have just left. but it was kind of an unbelievable scene when they're actually grabbing him, pulling off the plane."the chicago department of aviation said it put one of the officers on leave, pending a review.and the federal department of transportation is also investigating.i'm andy rose reporting. ( james ) this incident on united airlines is raising questions about what rights passengers have on a plane. kron four news spoke with aviation and travel expert chris mcginnis for some context:
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transportation is governed by contract of carriage and you agree to that when you buy a ticket. the airlines are within their right if the passenger does not comply with the captain and they need to call the police to have that person removed from the plane. >( james ) mcginnis says the department of transportation needs to investigate this incident because he considers it "unreasonable force." (will() santa clara county sherrifs arrested a man they say was caught peeping at a hospital. officers say feraja ali was arrested at valley medical center last night. the hospital is located on south bascom avenue in san jose. the 25-year- old suspect is in custody and is being held on a 5 thousand dollar bail. (will) a victoria's secret in the east bay has become a hot target for thieves. the store was hit four times over the weekend. newark police say thieves struck twice on saturday and twice on sunday at the newpark mall.
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they grabbed merchandise and then ran out the door. back in march, some women pulled off a similar theft at the store... making off with 6- thousand dollars worth of merchandise. no arrests have been made in either case. ( james ) a carjacking suspect is arrested overnight in oakland. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. few details are available this morning but we are told oakland police caught up to him at seventh and union streets. that is just a few blocks from the west oakland bart station. the man had barricaded himself inside a car last night but eventually gave up and was taken into custody. ( james ) we are learning more about the great white shark that beached itself at pleasure point in santa cruz. the necropsy was performed over the weekend. the shark died friday and and now scientitsts say an infection is to blame fort making the animal sick. they say it's the same infection that's killed other sharks in the past. but remains unclear this morning why the infection is making it's way through different types of shark species.
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(will) federal authorities are joining the manhunt for joseph jakubowski. he's the man who sent an anti- government manifesto to president trump last week. jakubowski is suspected of stealing several high-powered weapons from a gun store. police say his car was found on fire shortly after the robbery and there was evidence of arson. police believe jakubowski has a military helmet and bulletproof vest. the f-b-i, a-t-f and the secret service have all joined the national manhunt. (will) u-s officials have concluded that russia knew in advance about syria's chemical weapons attack last week. officials say a russian- operated drone flew over a hospital in syria as victims of the attack were rushing to get treatment. hours after the drone left, a russian-made fighter jet bombed the hospital. american officials believe it was an attempt to cover up the usage of chemical weapons. previously, u-s officials had said they weren't sure if the drone was operated by russia or syria. ( james ) alamba governor
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robert bentley resigns after he is charged with two counts related to campaign finance violations. bentley was booked into jail yesterday then pleaded guilty. bentley also agreed to never again hold public office. as part of the agreement.. the state attorney general's office will not pursue other felony charges against bentley. the now-former governor has been dealing with allegations of ethics violations including using state money in an extra-martial affair with his aide. ( james ) coming up on the world according to gary.. the giants get the win, but loose one of their best player. and the warriors take one on the chin last night, but fans are still loving steph curry's gift to the internet. we'll show you the egg- citing video ahead.(anny) a look at your weather, next. and here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge. obin)
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze. the golden gate bridge sb 101 is smooth into san francisco. an accident nb 101 trimble wrapping up and
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traffic is slow from hwy 85 (anny hong): light rain will develop over the north bay this morning and spread south during the day. after a brief break early wednesday
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light to moderate rain will spread over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before dry weather returns friday and saturday.
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áááábreakáááá ( james ) ( james ) now to baseball... where the giants are back in town. they took on the diamondbacks for their home opener. and it was great day for the giants. the team was able to get the win before the sold out crowd at a-t&t park. they took down the arizona
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diamondbacks with a final score of four to one. it was a sea of orange and black as thousands of giants fans showed their pride for the home squad. and even though it isn't an even year, many giants fans say they can see a world series appearance in the horizon. ( james ) scary moment here. during his 1st at bat, buster posey gets drilled by a 93 mile per hour fast ball in the head. he left the game and did not return. he did walk off under his own power.
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( james ) take a look at this.. the giants score 3 runs on a swinging bunt. granted there were 2 errors on the play as well. but we'll over look that. something you don't see very often there. ( james ) as for the a's...
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they were in kansas city taking on the royals. with a win, oakland will be back at 500 on this young season. and that's what they did. oakland pitcher jharel cotton was great in this one.
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giving up no runs on two hits over 7 innings. striking out 6 batters. final score 2 nothing a's. ( james ) to dubs news... no klay thompson for the warriors as they took on the utah jazz. but kevin durant and steph curry did together for the first time in 5 weeks let's go to the second, where curry nails a 3 giving the warriors a 51 to 49 lead at the half. curry had a game high 28 points in this one.
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he was 6 of 8 from 3 point land. but the jazz would hang around in this one. keeping the game close. they would eventually go on to win the game 105 to 99. the loss snaps the warriors 14 game win streak. steph curry and kevin durant did sit out the final seven and a half minutes of this one. the final regular season game is tomorrow aganst the lakers at 7:30. ( james ) take a look at this... steph curry and drake sharing a special moment, eating at stephs house after a warriors game. the two have dined together before. they were spoted last season after a game at an east
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bay in-n-out. steph's got a nice looking pad. ( james ) and the la kings are and the la ( james )(
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james ) and the la kings are cleaning house. firing coach darryl sutter and general manager dean lombardi.
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( james ) a family in virginia is relieved that they were able to find their dog after he escaped an animal hospital. the 10-year-old dog named "general" was able to get out of his room by opening the door. he is seen on camera opening several doors inside the facility. general was roaming around for two hours until he got outside. pet hospital workers later found him in a
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neighborhood nearby. general's family says they knew he was clever but not this clever. ( james ) general's family was visiting relatives while all this was going on. (will) before the giant's home opener, team c-e-o larry baer announced the giant's commitment to end homelessness. the g-men have teamed up with air-b-and-b to donate to the 'heading home' campaign. the goal of the campaign is to house 800 homeless families by 20-19. campaign funds will be given to the hamilton families center, one of the leading non-profit organizations in the country combatting homelessness.
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families right here in san francisco" butted to "as the giants score more runs when they're here at at&t park and every run they score we're going to have money for more families to make sure they survive and do better here in san francisco.">(will) fans can also donate to the heading home campaign. a number will be announced after each run the giants score. fans then text that number to give to the cause. ( james ) coming up in the next hour... breaking news after a car slams through a fence and ended up in a backyard swimming pool. kron four's yoli aceves is live in santa clara with the latest. plus. a former school janitor is in jail this morning facing child molestation charges. we'll hear from his neighbors. and. a school shooting turns deadly in southern california. what we're learning about the motive of the killer this morning.
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a hot spot in pitsburg on wb 4 at loverdige blocking the two right lanes. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze. (anny hong): light rain will develop over
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the north bay this morning and spread south during the day. after a brief break early wednesday light to moderate rain will spread over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before dry weather returns friday and saturday.
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( james ) our top story. a car slams through a double fence and the driver lands right into the deep end of a swimming pool. these pictures were sent to us by the santa clara fire department right after it happened. (will) kron 4's yoli aceves is in santa clara with more. yoli? (yoli)2:48am am, tuesday,
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santa clara pd responded to reports of a traffic collision at the intersection of warburton ave and calabazas blvd. initial responding units arrived to find a male, soaking wet, on the property of a residence, with the fence, and the outer rod iron fence punched through. upon investigation, officers located a car, fully submerged in the pool, in the backyard of the residence. santa clara fd was requested to determine how to remove the car, and render it safe. a tow truck was requested, but it is unable to remove the car, without damaging the pool. they will need to bring a crane in to remove the car. the homeowners are out of town and pd is trying to reach them currently. the driver was not arrested, and it appears he may have fallen asleep at the wheel. pd says the driver may
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eventually be issued a traffic ticket for unsafe driving. ( will ) thanks yoli. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) a west contra costa county school district employee is accused of molesting children. ruben gonzalez worked as a yard supervisor then became a night janitor. police say his victims were all children who lived in his pinole home and were members of his family.
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investigators say the abuse has been going on for more than a decade. the 60-year-old was arrested thursday when several officers went inside his house that he shared with his wife, children and another family. gonzales is being held on 46 million dollar bail. west contra costa county school district fired gonzales the day after his arrest. ( will ) the man accused of shooting a mother in front of her two children makes his first court appearance in richmond. this is video of 43-year-old lawyer mcbride arriving at the contra costa county superior court house yesterday. he is accused of shooting and killing his ex- girlfriend 29-year-old rashanda franklin last week while she was driving her two sons to school. the shooting was captured on surveillance video. rashanda's father says his two grandsons are having a hard time coping with their mother's death.
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screaming at night talking about their mother, how she got killed. the 9-year-old, it has just traumatized him">( will ) mcbride's bail has been set at more than 3 million dollars. he did not enter a plea at yesterday's hearing. the judge ordered his arraignment be held over one week. ( james ) it appears a domestic dispute is what led to a deadly shooting at an elementary school in southern california. police say a man killed his wife and a student in a san bernardino classroom before killing himself.(will) another student was also injured -- but is recovering in the hospital. paul vercammen explains. --reporter pkg-as follows-- paul vercammen: no transcription availabledale marsden/ superintendent, san bernardino unified school district: "i would like our community and our nation to keep our families in prayer. this is an absolutely tragic events. our hearts are broken."two adults and a student are dead after a shooting at a southern california elementary school late monday morning.the
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shooter, cedric anderson, targeted his wife, karen elaine smith, in her classroom at north park elementary school where she taught special needs children.jarrod berguan / san bernardino police chief: "cedric entered the classroom and from what we understand, without saying anything, armed with a large- caliber revolver, opened fire on his wife."anderson would then turn the gun on himself. two students who were standing behind their teacher were also shot. eight-year-old jonathan martinez was airlifted to a hospital where he later died. the other child is listed in stable condition.the students were bussed to a local high school as parents waited eagerly to be reunited with thembrad hendran/ parent: "i fell to my knees and started saying our father's and hail mary's."
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(will) satistics show one out of every 3 women in the world suffer from domestic abuse. and bay area experts we talked to say an abuser will usually make a threat before actually carrying it out. and children suffer the most in a domestic violence situation. kate kain from the center for domestic peace says children who have witnessed such violence will have short and long term effects including chronic health problems and learning disabilities. ( james ) still ahead. we are following breaking news.
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the man behind the deadly attack in sweden admits he did it. we'll have the latest. plus. a rise in kids being treated for accidental poisonings... hear the warning for parents this morning. and after the break. one of the most high profile murder cases in bay area history continues today. see who took the stand to say the victim and suspect knew each other if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis like me, and you're talking to your rheumatologist about a medication...
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at loverdige blocking the two right lanes.
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( james ) the murder trial for antolin garcia-torres the man accused of killing sierra lamar continues today in a san jose courtroom. two witnesses were called to the stand yesterday in the trial. one of them was sierra's former spanish teacher. he says sierra came by his classroom and talked to a friend two weeks before she disappeared. the other witness explained how she bought marijuana from antolin garcia-torres. she also
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said that sierra and garcia-torres could have known each other because they knew a lot of the same people. (anny) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. a full weather report right after the break. oh no. oh no. i hate this belt. man oh man. mom, we have a situation. life's bleachable moments need clorox bleach. áááábreakáááá
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(anny hong): light rain will develop over the north bay this morning and spread south during the day. after a brief break early wednesday light to moderate rain will spread over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before dry weather returns friday and saturday.
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a traffic alert for an accident with injuries on westbound ca-4 east of loveridge rd in pittsburg. the two right lanes are blocked..caltrain delays up to 20 minutes due to stall at cal ave. northbound train 217 is delayed 20 minutes and southbound train 216 is delayed 10 minutes. heavy traffic on the san mateo bridge westbound leaving hayward (will) (will)(will) breaking
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news... a swedish lawyer says the driver of the truck in the deadly attack in stockholm is admitting he did it. the lawer for 39-year- old rakhmat akilov says he acknoweldges the terrorist charge and agrees to be arrested. police say the man drove a truck into a crowd outside of a department store friday. four people were killed and 15 others were injured in the attack. ( james ) repairs are underway to five new homes that were vandalized in san jose. damage to kitchen cabinets, doors, windows and flooring is estimated around 50-thousand dollars. neighbors say two car loads of young people threw rocks at windows, knocked down signs and then kicked in the doors on rosemar court. a realtor expects most of the damage will be repaired by
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next weekend. ( james ) the contractor says that going forward there will be security on site around the clock. (will) happening now. police are looking for the person who sexually assaulted a woman at a fraternity party in berkeley. this happened off campus on saturday night. police did not say which fraternity house was involved and have not released any further information. police are saying the woman is a u-c berkeley student. ( james ) video of an arrest in fort collins, colorado is going viral this morning. it shows a 22-year old college student being thrown to the ground by an officer, before being arrested on assault charges. colorado state university student michaella surat was
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thrown to the ground following a fight with an officer outside a nightclub. police say she tried to hit an officer after that officer tried to separate her boyfriend from a fight. police say the technique used to take the woman down was standard arrest protocol. she was taken to jail and is facing charges of third degree assault and obstructing a peace officer. (james) the california highway patrol is investigating a deadly accident after a bus driver was hit and killed by a patrol car near truckee. he was hit while helping other drivers. it happened on eastbound interstate 80 when a car overturned. the bus driver got out of the bus to help. he was putting reflective triangles on the road when he was hit. the c-h-p says one of their officers was backing up his car when he hit the bus driver. the bus driver did not survive his injuries. (will) a warning for
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parents this morning... a major baby formula maker is facing a lawsuit after bugs were found in multiple cans of the prodcut. mead johnson makes enfamil baby formula. and a woman from brooklyn just filed a lawsuit against the company after she says her baby almost died of an infection caused by the formula. she says within six weeks, she found bugs in four different cans of enfamil. one of those times her 10-month-old baby was hospitalized with a bacterial infection caused by germs that live in dry foods. the complaint includes images from several customers who also say they have found bugs in their baby formula. ( will ) still ahead. dramatic video shows a passenger bloodied and dragged off a plane. hear from the passangers who saw the whole thing happen. plus. a rise in kids being treated for accidental poisonings... hear the warning for parents this morning. after the break. jack vo: things get a lot more interesting at night.
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(robin) hot spot in pittsburg wb 4 at loveridge accident cleared from the two right lanes . ( james ) more than 70-thousand
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children are treated in emergency rooms every day for accidental poisoning. and a new survey finds that most parents are not properly storing medications inside their homes.(will) seven out of ten parents say they have kept medicine on the counter or in a place easly accessible to children. experts recommend one rule for caregivers to always follow:
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a man poses as a massage therapist and police say he sexually abused victims. see where in the bay area it happened. ( james ) here is a live look storm tracker 4. let's raise a glass... ...to those of us who stumble. celebrate the fearless who fumble. at clorox, we salute those who fight the good fight... ...just to stay upright. we take our hats off to the hoppers... the floppers... and the produce pile topplers. there's a little klutz in all of us. that's why we made clorox splash-less bleach... ...splashless. shine on, klutzes. shine on. ( will )( james )( robin )
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checking bay area roads before you head out the door.. no major hot spots. wb 580 slow from castro. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze. accident in pitssburg cleared wb at loveridge. no major hot spots. wb 580 slow from castro. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze. accident in pitssburg cleared wb at loveridge.
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(anny hong): light rain will develop over the north bay this morning and spread
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south during the day. after a brief break early wednesday light to moderate rain will spread over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before dry weather returns friday and saturday. (will) a man's refusal to give up his seat on an overbooked united airlines flight led to a disturbing scene of the man being dragged off the plane with blood streaming down his face. ( james ) now some of the other passengers are speaking out. andy rose has the story. nats of screamingthree chicago airport police security officers dragged a man from his seat -- after the airline chose him to give it up -- and he refused to budge.one
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passenger says the man somehow reboarded -- and was taken off again, this time on a stretcher.jayse anspach/ united airlines passenger"he hit his face when they initially dragged him off, as you guys saw - and it was 10 minutes later, he just comes running back in, and runs to the back, his face is bloody, and just clings onto the post in the back and just saying 'i gotta go home, i need to go home, i need to go home,' and it wasn't until 30-45 seconds later until authorities followed him."another passenger says officers did not need to use force.on the phone/ john klaassen/ passenger "i don't know why they did that, i'm still in bewilderment."passenger doyle davis blames the airline, saying it put the officers in a difficult spot.on the phone/ doyle davis/ passenger"i don't believe any american citizen should be treated this way. but i think the important piece here is the narrative should not be that the police were in the wrong."and
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passenger tyler bridges says the man shares the blame.tyler bridges/ passenger"it's pretty shocking it go to the level that it got to, in part that's the man's fault, when the police came on he shouldn't have resisted, he should have just left. but it was kind of an unbelievable scene when they're actually grabbing him, pulling off the plane."the chicago department of aviation said it put one of the officers on leave, pending a review.and the federal department of transportation is also investigating.i'm andy rose reporting. ( james ) this incident on united airlines is raising questions about what rights passengers have on a plane. kron four news spoke with aviation and travel expert chris mcginnis for some context:
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the captain and they need to call the police to have that person removed from the plane. >( james ) mcginnis says the department of transportation needs to investigate this incident because he considers it "unreasonable force." (will() santa clara county sherrifs arrested a man they say was caught peeping at a hospital. officers say feraja ali was arrested at valley medical center last night. the hospital is located on south bascom avenue in san jose. the 25-year- old suspect is in custody and is being held on a 5 thousand dollar bail. (james) police in east palo alto are investigating whether more people are a victim of sexual abuse by a man posing as a massage therapist. jose garcia plascencia has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting his clients. he ran a massage parlor out of his home. three women reported to police that plascencia had sexually assaulted them. this isn't the first time a fake massage therapist has been arrested
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for this type of crime. police say another fake therapist was arrested for similar crimes a few years ago. (james) police also found plasencia did not have a business license or permit to operate from his garage. ( will ) this morning we are learning new details on a dismembered body that was found in san bruno. police have now identified the victim as 77-year-old benjamin roybal. his body was found at his friend and neighbor's home on april 6th. 50-year-old david stubblefied faced a judge for the first time yesterday in connection with the murder. investigators say the murder happened a month ago after the two friends got into a fight over a space heater. they say stubblefield tear-gassed roybal, shot him in the chest, and later tried to dismember his body.
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and other containers.">( will ) neighbors say they recently saw stubblefield at roybals home going through his belongings. stubblefied will be back in court later this month. (will) a victoria's secret in the east bay has become a hot target for thieves. the store was hit four times over the weekend. newark police say thieves struck twice on saturday and twice on sunday at the newpark mall. they grabbed merchandise and then ran out the door. back in march, some women pulled off a similar theft at the store... making off with 6- thousand dollars worth of merchandise. no arrests have been made in either case. ( james ) a carjacking suspect is arrested overnight in oakland. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. few details are available this morning but we are told oakland police caught up to him at seventh and union streets. that is just a few blocks from the west oakland bart station. the man had barricaded himself inside a car last night but
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eventually gave up and was taken into custody. (james) texas, florida and a dozen other states are urging a san francisco federal appeals court to reinstate president trump's revised travel ban. court documents were just submitted to the 9th circuit court of appeals yesterday. the states say the ban falls within the president's authority to block foreigners from the u.s. they also reject the argument that it targets muslims. the san francisco court is considering a ruling by a federal judge in hawaii that blocked the ban. (will) coming up on the kron four morning news... we now know the pricetag to fix california roads damaged by the recent storms. see why officals say the cost could go even higher. and the giants win their home opener, but might have lost their best player. we have the highlights. and. if you find yourself having a bad night's sleep... we have some tips from sleep experts on how to beat the fatigue. and here's a live look outside... richmond san rafael bridge.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze. (will) if you don't get a good night's sleep... there are certain things you can do to help you through the day. this morning sleep experts are revealing tips on how to beat fatigue... and that includes not drinking coffee. take a look. first, wake up as soon as possible. doctors say getting out of bed a-s-a-p is the key to making it through the day with as much energy as possible. next is to get some fresh air and eat a big breakfast. you also want to be productive first thing in the morning to get your hardest tasks out of the way. next is probably the hardest... don't drink too
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much caffeine. doctors say too much coffee will give you a boost at first, but you will crash later on. and lastly... do some gentle exercise to keep yourself alert. (will) here is a live look storm tracker 4.
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we're coming up on 8:45... here's a quick look at the top stories we're following this morning... a school employee has been arrested after police say he molested several children in his home in pinole.. police say ruben gonzalez worked as a ight janitor. police say his victims were
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children who were members of his family. 3 people are dead and a 4th is in the hospital after a shooting at an elementry school in san bernardino. police are calling the shooting a domestic incident. the shooter targeted his wife in her classroom before taking his own life. two students were shot. one died at a hospital. the other child is in stable condition. a car slammed through a fence in santa clara and ended up in a backyard swimming pool. these pictures were tweeted to us by the santa clara fire department. no one was injured. officers called a tow truck to the scene but they can't remove the car without damaging the pool. a crane is being brought in to remove the car from the pool. now let's go to james fletcher in the weather center. : light rain will develop over the north bay this morning and spread south during the day. after a brief break early
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wednesday light to moderate rain will spread over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before dry weather returns friday and saturday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from the bottom of the maze. nop delays across the golden gate bridge on sb 101. caltrain delays up to 30 min due to an eariler stall. (will) a video showing a young black man being taken down by sacramento police has been released. now...his friends are searching for answers. it happened when nandi cain junior was walking in his neighborhood. cain's friend naomi montaie says she saw officers tackling him to the ground. when police questioned her about the incident...officers told
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her they stopped cain for jaywalking. that's when naomi decided to post the video she recorded of the encounter on facebook. (will) police have not said if they have body cam or dash cam video of the encounter. ( will ) caltrans estimates it will cost 866 million dollars to repair all the damage to california's roads from this winter's storm damage. that makes this year the most expensive for the state in decades. the price tag is to fix all the washouts, sinkholes, slide damage and remove downed trees. it is possible the repair bill could top one-billion dollars. the snow in the mountains still has to melt and that could cause even more damage. the figure does not include the costs that
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cities and counties will have to pay to make repairs. ( james ) excitement was in the air as the giants opened up a-t & t park.( will ) but as kron 4's stanely roberts shows us, there were also people behaving badly. hey i got that game day program, ah yes, it's giants home openers against the arizona diamondbacks .. umm i said the arizona diamondbacks i thought it was the mets, i've been driving for four days and i got lost on the gw bridge, where da mets? i don't know what's going on ahhhh, this guy's just being a
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jerk know i know thank you! you know there are a lot of yes watching the home opener .. (hint muni ) maybe just maybe a new sign is in order .. just saying all of 24 willie mays plaza is a no stopping zone . no stopping is different from no parking.. no stopping means even if you are inside you car you must keep moving so uber and lyft and limos you need to find a legal drop off zone and not block traffic once you exit the car you are now parked . nats: ambiance the scalpers were out in force, latino special latino special but apparently, it was a hard sell but why? whenever the giants start on the road and they have trouble winning and
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they come back the fans arent that excitedfair enough folks att&t has adopted a new policy this year there will ne no re- reentering after game time .. so if you are a smoker .. you can no longer leave to get your smoke on .could that create more people behaving badly? they should let the people go in and out to smoke, now people are going to be smoking in the bathrooms stuff like that that not fair to the people that don't smoke it happens at the warriors games and just to be clear, you can expedite your wait in line .. but trying to fill out the form a little tipsy can, in fact, slow down the ( james ) now let's check out how the giants did on the field.(will) they took on the diamondbacks for their home opener. and it was great day for the giants. the team was able to get the win before the sold out crowd at a-t&t park. they took down the arizona diamondbacks with a final score of four to one. it was a sea of orange
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and black as thousands of giants fans showed their pride for the home squad. and even though it isn't an even year, many giants fans say they can see a world series appearance in the horizon.
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comes in at number 13. ( james ) coming up on the kron four morning news at 9... a warning for parents, the maker of a certain baby formula is being sued because parents are finding bugs in the containers. we'll tell you which to be on the look out for. that's coming up at 9. and after the break... a friendship comes to an end after a man does not walk away with the jackpot at a casino. we'll explain. next.
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denied a one-hundred thousand dollar jack-pot. all because his friend was the one who pushed the button at the slot machine. jan flato let his friend use his gambling player card. jan had her hit the button on the slot machine for good luck on his 50-dollar bet. when it was time for him to collect his winnings...the casino said they couldn't give jan the money. because he wasn't the one who pushed the button. his friend ended up taking the 100-thousand dollars. jan's friend was going to offer some of the money to him. but she says she renigged on the offer after she received some threatening text messages from him. ( james ) coming up at 9 on the kron four morning news. a car slams through a fence and ended up in a backyard
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swimming pool. kron four's yoli aceves is live in santa clara with the latest. plus. a former school janitor is in jail this morning facing child molestation charges. we'll hear from his neighbors. and. a school shooting turns deadly in southern california. what we're learning about the motive of the killer this morning.
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develop over the north bay this morning and spread south during the day. after a brief break early wednesday light to moderate rain will spread over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before dry weather returns friday and saturday. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from west grand ( james ) breaking overnight...
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a car slams through a double fence and the driver lands right into the deep end of a swimming pool. these pictures were sent to us by the santa clara fire department right after it happened. (will) kron 4's yoli aceves is in santa clara with more. yoli? (yoli)2:48am am, tuesday, santa clara pd responded to reports
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of a traffic collision at the intersection of warburton ave and calabazas blvd. initial responding units arrived to find a male, soaking wet, on the property of a residence, with the fence, and the outer rod iron fence punched through. upon investigation, officers located a car, fully submerged in the pool, in the backyard of the residence. santa clara fd was requested to determine how to remove the car, and render it safe. a tow truck was requested, but it is unable to remove the car, without damaging the pool. they will need to bring a crane in to remove the car. the homeowners are out of town and pd is trying to reach them currently. the driver was not arrested, and it appears he may have fallen asleep at the wheel. pd says the driver may eventually be issued a traffic ticket for unsafe driving. ( will ) thanks yoli. we will
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check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) a west contra
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costa county school district employee is accused of molesting children. ruben gonzalez worked as a yard supervisor then became a night janitor. police say his victims were all children who lived in his pinole home and were members of his family. investigators say the abuse has been going on for more than a decade. the 60-year-old was arrested thursday when several officers went inside his house that he shared with his wife, children and another family. gonzalez neighbors are stunned to hear of these accusations.
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yesterday. he is accused of shooting and killing his ex- girlfriend 29-year-old rashanda franklin last week while she was driving her two sons to school. the shooting was captured on surveillance video. rashanda's father says his two grandsons are having a hard time coping with their mother's death.
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himself.(will) another student was also injured -- but is recovering in the hospital. paul vercammen explains. --reporter pkg-as follows-- paul vercammen: no transcription availabledale marsden/ superintendent, san bernardino unified school district: "i would like our community and our nation to keep our families in prayer. this is an absolutely tragic events. our hearts are broken."two adults and a student are dead after a shooting at a southern california elementary school late monday morning.the shooter, cedric anderson, targeted his wife, karen elaine smith, in her classroom at north park elementary school where she taught special needs children. jarrod berguan / san bernardino police chief: "cedric entered the classroom and from what we understand, without saying anything, armed with a large-caliber revolver, opened fire on his wife." anderson would then turn the gun on himself. two students
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who were standing behind their teacher were also shot. eight-year-old jonathan martinez was airlifted to a hospital where he later died. the other child is listed in stable condition.the students were bussed to a local high school as parents waited eagerly to be reunited with thembrad hendran/ parent: "i fell to my knees and started saying our father's and hail mary's." ( james ) the murder trial for antolin garcia-torres the man accused of killing sierra lamar continues today in a san jose courtroom. two witnesses were called to the stand yesterday in the trial. one of them was sierra's former spanish teacher. he
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says sierra came by his classroom and talked to a friend two weeks before she disappeared. the other witness explained how she bought marijuana from garcia-torres. she also said that sierra and garcia-torres could have known each other because they knew a lot of the same people. (will) coming up on the kron four morning news... your fitness tracker might not be as accurate as you think... we'll tell you which ones are the best at tracking your steps. plus after the break... a warning for parents... the maker of a certain baby formula is being sued this morning because parents are finding bugs in the containers. we'll tell you which formula is accused of almost killing one baby.
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(robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from west grand (will) a warning for parents this morning... a major baby formula maker is facing a lawsuit after bugs were found in multiple cans of the prodcut. (james) mead johnson makes enfamil baby formula. and a woman from brooklyn just filed a lawsuit against the company after she says her baby almost died of an infection caused by the formula. (will) she says within six weeks, she found bugs in four different cans of enfamil. one of those times her 10-month-old baby was hospitalized with a bacterial infection caused by germs that live in dry foods. (james) the complaint includes images from several customers who also say they have found bugs in their baby formula.
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(will) take a look at this... surveillance video shows a robber riding his bike on a sidewalk... and dropping cash that he stole. (james) this happened in pennsylvania last week, but police have just released this video. the man robbed a credit union just 10 minutes before this was filmed. he then gets off his bike... picks up the cash.. and continues on. police are still looking for the man this morning. (james) checking the markets this morning... winners and losers is next with our financial expert rob black. áááábreakáááá no major hot spots. san mateo bridge wb 92 is 17 min from 880 to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from west grand. new accident
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nb 85 at 17 slowing down traffic (anny hong): light rain will develop over the north bay this morning and spread
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south during the day. after a brief break early wednesday light to moderate rain will spread over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before dry weather returns friday and saturday.
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(james) time to talk winners and losers with our financial expert rob black loser: united shares slide as pr nightmare catches up with investors .. . . shares of united continental slipped tuesday. the airline's stock
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had climbed nearly 1 percent monday, not reacting much initially to the internet's response to an ugly video of a passenger being dragged off an overbooked flight. shares of united continental slipped by more than 3 percent tuesday as outrage over a passenger being dragged off an overbooked flight finally caught up to
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the stock. the shares were the worst performer in the s&p 500. winner: youtube's new tv service gives it a big chance to reinvent the 30-second commercial . . . youtube says its new streaming service
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marries the convenience of online video with the star power of broadcast and cable tv. that applies to not just shows, but also the ads. youtube can sell a chunk of ads during programming, which includes live streams across any device of cbs, fox, espn, amc and more. though small compared to the number of streaming ads sold by the channels themselves, they give youtube considerable space to introduce new capabilities to tv commercials.
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loser: g.m. takes a back seat to tesla as america's most valued carmaker . .. . by almost every measure, general motors has been on a roll. its bellwether pickups and sport utility vehicles have
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hit the sweet spot in a record-setting american market for two years. the company is steadily increasing profits and revenue. and president trump has vowed to ease regulations and put cars at the forefront of his crusade to add manufacturing jobs. can i invest in (will) for those of you
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who use fitness trackers...you might be wondering how accurate it is. and a new study published today has the answer. researchers found that trackers like a fit-bit are not as precise as the monitors at the doctor's office. but they are precise enough to fit the user's needs. the study looked at forty middle-aged adults and they wore four different trackers... the fitbit surge and charge, a mio fuse, and a basis peak smartwatch. researchers say the fitbit charge performed the best (anny) tracking your morning forecast. details coming up. (james)(will) welcome back
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to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): light rain will develop over the north bay this morning and spread south during the day. after a brief break early wednesday light to moderate rain will spread over the area wednesday afternoon and evening. a few showers will continue on thursday before
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(will) a man's refusal to give up his seat on an overbooked united airlines flight led to a disturbing scene of the man being dragged off the plane with blood streaming down his face. ( james ) now some of the other passengers are speaking out. andy rose has the story. nats of screamingthree chicago
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airport police security officers dragged a man from his seat -- after the airline chose him to give it up -- and he refused to budge.one passenger says the man somehow reboarded -- and was taken off again, this time on a stretcher.jayse anspach/ united airlines passenger"he hit his face when they initially dragged him off, as you guys saw - and it was 10 minutes later, he just comes running back in, and runs to the back, his face is bloody, and just clings onto the post in the back and just saying 'i gotta go home, i need to go home, i need to go home,' and it wasn't until 30-45 seconds later until authorities followed him."another passenger says officers did not need to use force.on the phone/ john klaassen/ passenger
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"i don't know why they did that, i'm still in bewilderment."passenger doyle davis blames the airline, saying it put the officers in a difficult spot.on the phone/ doyle davis/ passenger"i don't believe any american citizen should be treated this way. but i think the important piece here is the narrative should not be that the police were in the wrong."and passenger tyler bridges says the man shares the blame.tyler bridges/ passenger"it's pretty shocking it go to the level that it got to, in part that's the man's fault, when the police came on he shouldn't have resisted, he should have just left. but it was kind of an unbelievable scene when they're actually grabbing him, pulling off the plane."the chicago department of aviation said it put one of the officers on leave, pending a review.and the federal department of transportation is also investigating.i'm andy rose reporting. ( james ) this incident on united airlines is raising questions about what rights passengers have on a plane. kron four news spoke with aviation and travel expert chris mcginnis for some context:
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ticket. the airlines are within their right if the passenger does not comply with the captain and they need to call the police to have that person removed from the plane. >( james ) mcginnis says the department of transportation needs to investigate this incident because he considers it "unreasonable force." (will) santa clara county sherrifs arrested a man they say was caught peeping at a hospital. officers say feraja ali was arrested at valley medical center last night. the hospital is located on south bascom avenue in san jose. the 25-year- old suspect is in custody and is being held on a 5 thousand dollar bail. (will) police in east palo alto are investigating whether more people are a victim of sexual abuse by a man posing as a massage therapist. jose garcia plascencia has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting his clients. he ran a massage parlor out of his home. three women reported to police
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that plascencia had sexually assaulted them. police also found plasencia did not have a business license or permit to operate from his garage. (james) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a tweet about chicken nuggets is on its way to making history. we'll explain how a teen's request could break a huge record. and after the break... if you find yourself having a bad night's sleep... we have some tips from sleep experts on how to beat the fatigue. i don't want to lie down. i refuse to lie down. why suffer? stand up to chronic migraine with botox® botox® is the only treatment for chronic migraine shown to actually prevent headaches and migraines before they even start. botox® is for adults with chronic migraine, 15 or more headache days a month each lasting 4 hours or more. it's injected by a doctor once every 12 weeks. and is covered by most insurance. effects of botox® may spread hours to weeks after injection, causing serious symptoms.
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no major hot spots. heavy traffic on nb 280 an anb 85 due to earlier crashes. bay bridge wb 80 is slow from west grand (james) if you didn't get
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a good night's sleep... sleep experts are revealing tips on how to beat fatigue. (will) take a look. first, wake up as soon as possible. doctors say getting out of bed a-s-a-p is the key to making it through the day with as much energy as possible. next is to get some fresh air and eat a big breakfast. you also want to be productive first thing in the morning to get your hardest tasks out of the way. ( james ) next is probably the hardest... don't drink too much caffeine. doctors say too much coffee will give you a boost at first, but you will crash later on. and lastly... do some gentle exercise to keep yourself alert. (james) a nevada teen is
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on his way to breaking an internet record... all because he wanted some chicken nuggets. carter wilkerson lives in reno. he was running low on chicken nuggets... so he tweeted wendy's and asked how many retweets he needed to win a year's supply of chicken nuggets. they responded and said 18-million. (will) that is well above the retweet record held by ellen degeneres... whose oscar selfie received three-point- three million retweets. in five days, wilkerson is already at two-point-five (anny) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. the world according to gary is after the break. welcome back to the kron
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4 morning news... every morning at 7:45 we talk sports with gary radnich. and in case you missed it here's the gary's world rewind.
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(james) good morning gary.. james fletcher here with you. the giants had their home opener... and you were there. how was it? gary says it's always fun... but the die hard giants fans say the real home opener tonight because you get rid of the people just looking to party. the team was able to get the win before the sold out crowd at a-t&t park. they took down the arizona diamondbacks with a final
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score of four to one. it was a nice day but buster posey getting hit in the head was looming over it. gary thinks he will sit out a few games. the pitcher apologized for the hit... says the ball just got away from him. bochy says posey should be okay... he got the thumbs up. gary doesn't think you will see him start tonight. ( james ) and this is a good one...
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the giants score 3 runs on a swinging bunt. the broadcasters called it a little league home run. it looked little league out there with the pitches going everywhere. that probably got the fans excited. gary hasn't seen something like this happen before... three runs on a ball that went three feet. the giants take on the diamondbacks again tonight with samardzija on the mound. gary says the giants had a rough few road games so the fans needed yesterday's game to get excited about the season. he says they just played arizona four games... and here
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they are playing again. it's an unbalanced schedule. ( james ) as for the a's... they were in kansas city taking on the royals. with a win, oakland will be back at 500 on this young season. and that's what they did. gary says they have young players... fans got to know chris davis last year and he already has four homeruns this season. the a's are in a good position... they have young players and don't have to pay them much so it's the perfect scenario. ( james ) to dubs news...
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no klay thompson for the warriors as they took on the utah jazz. but kevin durant and steph curry did together for the first time in 5 weeks but the jazz would hang around in this one. they would eventually go on to win the game 105 to 99. but gary says the warriors don't care... they don't want anybody to get hurt before
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playoffs. they have one more game on wednesday against the lakers... and either saturday or sunday they will play portland in game one of the playoffs. ( james ) take a look at this... steph curry and drake sharing a special moment, eating at stephs house after a warriors game. the two have dined together before. they were spoted last season after a game at an east bay in-n-out. gary says he knows drake
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likes to hang around the toronto raptors games... and him and curry are friends. i like seeing them hang out together, it humanizes them. gary says there's nobody better than curry. i like seeing the inside of his house. gary says he's a big curry guy because treats people well. ( james ) for a second
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n-b-a season in a row...steph curry has the most popular jersey. the warriors star beat out lebron james for the coveted spot. lebron has the second best-selling jersey. the rankings are based on sales from n-b-a store dot com. two other warriors players are also on the list. kevin durant comes in at number 3 and klay thompson comes in at number 13. (will) delta air lines is
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trying to get back to normal after days of weather- related flight cancellations and delays. but one woman says those delays made her family 11-thousand dollars richer. laura bloom was delayed traveling from new york to florida with her husband and four-year-old. delta
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canceled more than three- thousand flights over the weekend after powerful storms hit the midwest. bloom went to the ticket counter and received a flight credit for missing her flight. she came back the next day expecting to fly out of new york - but the same thing happened again. she ended up walking away with 11 thousand dollars in flight credits. ( james ) a family in virginia is relieved that they were able to find their dog after he escaped an animal hospital. the 10-year-old dog named "general" was able to get out of his room by opening the door. he is seen on camera opening several doors inside the facility. general was roaming around for two hours until he got outside. pet hospital workers later found him in a neighborhood nearby. (james) take a look at
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this.... a pool that's getting tons of attention this morning because you can apparently swim and fly at the same time. this is video of a swimmer stepping over the edge of a building all while remaining safe in the pool's waters. it's located in houston's market square tower that's a high-rise luxury apartment complex in the city. and the pool is located at the top of the building, 40 stories above ground. (will)that's it for us this morning... our next newscast is at 5 o clock tonight. (james)don't forget, you can stay connected on our mobile app, kron four dot com and on our facebook and twitter feeds.
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